Reviews and Problems with Samsung R380 / Freeform 3
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Samsung Freeform III phone
John, REVIEW STREAM
17 March 2012
Excerpt: Just lost my iPhone a few days ago…. 32 GB, cost around 400 dollars. So I decided to go with a cheaper alternative. The Freeform III with a 32 GB SD Card. I was shocked that with nearly 1/10th the price of an iPhone, did things nearly better than it, and at some points, it even did better. So, let’s begin. The Freeform, has AMAZINNG Call Quality. It’s quite stunning actually, crystal clear voices, something I didn’t expect. Web Browser was so/so….
Classy looks, good battery, loud speaker, processing speed needs work..
8 October 2011
Summary: The best thing about this phone is the new menu/format look. Definately more sleek and classy than the previous generations. I've owned all of the Freeforms I, II, and III. The speaker is really loud and the camera is pretty good. No video though. The only complaints I have about this one is that it's kind of slow and there is no video recording. Sometimes when I'm texting it skips some letters because of the lagg. Battery life is 2 to 3 bars at the end of the day.
Excerpt: I was a little surprised that this phone had a 1.3 megapixel camera and same design.. but this phone has gotten more inproved than the original Samsung Freeform and the Samsung Freeform 2. this very is pretty much the perfect phone for someone who doesnt need all this advance technology and one who just wants an easy to use phone and just call,text. thats pretty much what a phone is for right?
Pros: QWERTY Keyboard, Sturdy Design, 3.5 Headphone Jack, Display, Fast Internet Speed
Excerpt: la proliferacion de telefonos con pantalla tactil hace que la gente que nos resulta dificl y engorroso usarlo tengamo que prescindir de usar internet en el movil por ese motivo, por eso los que llevan teclado son nuestra salvacion y mas si tienen buena pantalla y es sencillo de manejar como este
Pros: -Cámara de vídeo, -Cámara de fotos, -Conexión a Internet, -Mensajería